It consists of 485 buildings and covers the residential areas of the Central Business District (CBD), Persia, Greece, Spain, Morocco, England, France, Italy, Russia, China and the Emirates. In addition to these districts, which were originally planned for the international city of Dubai, namely the Lake District and the Forbidden City, are now on hold due to the effects of the global financial recession. Attractions in the city include Dragon Mart, which is the world's largest market for technical machinery and equipment.
The residential area of the international city of Dubai is expected to have a variety of country-specific themed residential developments and retail outlets.
There are ten districts in the plans:
Chinatown at one end of a residential area.
An area of England that reflects traditional London architecture.
French Quarter with two-, three- and four-story residential buildings with long French windows, red and gray bricks, pilasters or semi-columns.
Persia region, located in the heart of the residential area.
Region of Greece, on the outskirts of the quarter.
Region of Russia
Spanish district. Its three- and four-story houses are designed with traditional stucco exterior.
Morocco Region. Three- and four-storey residential buildings on the site are finished with green tiles, natural terracotta, stucco walls and wide arched windows.
Region of Italy. Residential blocks from two to four floors.
Emirates area. The 10th section of the residential quarter is located in the northeast.